I don't know why two sports stations would be on mine then. Except for baseball I never watch sports.
What about where do I watch the Red Sox games? I had a $130 yearly subscription to MLB TV which I cancelled because I'm not paying that kind of money just to be told the game is blocked. I'm watching now on Fubo but the free trial only lasts for 7 days and I'm not paying $64 a month just to watch the Red Sox.
I'd consider canceling YouTube TV and going with Fubo except that Fubo doesn't have CNN.
What about where do I watch the Red Sox games? I had a $130 yearly subscription to MLB TV which I cancelled because I'm not paying that kind of money just to be told the game is blocked. ...
It is so aggravating that MLB does it that way. Some teams (Braves, for instance) have blackout areas that cover several states (Georgia alone is huge, being the largest east of the Mississippi, and 7 times the size of Massachusetts, for instance; add four other decent-sized states to the blackout mix for the Braves). This is just plain nuts. But, MLB gets away with it. But, as it's only the fans that suffer, it's okay.
There's no good way for me to watch all the Braves games. You are not alone. But, it's the current state of things.
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